Maintaining Industrial Discipline: Answers to 50 Frequently Asked Questions

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SAGE Publications, May 9, 2002 - Business & Economics - 216 pages
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This informative book, aimed at practicing managers in India, covers various aspects of disciplinary action relating to the procedure to be adopted at the time of dismissal, discharge or removal of employees and includes the latest judgements and interpretation of case law on the subject. It also discusses what constitutes misconduct, the procedure for enquiry, rights of the employer to terminate the service of an employee, rules and regulations relating to discipline.

A unique feature of this book is that it provides answers to 50 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's) concerning these issues.

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Dr. G.P. Das Gupta is presently a consultant (HRM) with the Tata group of companies and is based in Jamshedpur. He joined the Tata Iron and Steel Company (TISCO) in 1966 as a Personnel Officer and retired from that company in 2001 as Controller of Establishment. A Ph.D. from the In- dian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, Dr. Das Gupta also holds an MBA from XLRI, Jamshedpur, in addition to a Bachelor of Law degree and Masters' degrees in Econom- ics and Labour &: Social Welfare. Dr. Das Gupta has been associated with XLRI, Jamshedpur, as a faculty member in the PM & IR area for several years. He has previously authored two books--nbsp; Handbook on DisciplinariJ Proceedings and Industrial Disci- plir:e: Concepts, Laws anal Cases, and also has to his creditnbsp; numerous articles on topics such as collective bargaining, manpower planning, participative management, industrial relations, and disciplinary proceedings.

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